Colleges and Schools
|Office of the Dean||713-743-4600|
|Office of Student Services||713-743-4900|
|Elizabeth D. Rockwell Career Services Center||713-743-4590|
|Department of Accountancy and Taxation||713-743-4820|
|Department of Decision and Information Sciences||713-743-4747|
|Department of Finance||713-743-4755|
|Department of Management||713-743-4646|
|Department of Marketing and Entrepreneurship||713-743-4555|
|Dean:||Arthur Warga, Ph.D., University of Michigan|
|Associate Dean for Academic & Research Programs:||Todd, Ph.D., University of British Columbia|
|Associate Dean for Executive Development Programs:||Arthur Warga, Ph.D., University of Michigan|
|Assistant Dean for External Relations:||Robert Casey, M.B.A., University of Texas at Austin|
|Director, Research and Instructional Computing Services:||Elaine Brewer, B.A., Houston Baptist University|
|Director of Registration and Records:||Mary Gould, M.A., Boston University|
|Interim Director of Undergraduate Business Programs:||Frank W. Kelley, M.A., McNeese State University|
|Director of the Elizabeth D. Rockwell Career Services Center:||Jeff Norman, B.S., University of Houston|
|Director of External Relations:||Connie Todd, B.A., Queen's University|
|Director of Executive M.B.A. Programs:||Randy Webb, M.B.A., University of Houston|
|College Business Administrator:||Naomi Werner, M.B.A., University of Houston-Clear Lake|
The C. T. Bauer College of Business provides quality business education for over 4,000 undergraduate business majors and minors. The Bauer College has 63 full-time faculty with diverse backgrounds and major publications, and over 60 teaching assistants and adjunct faculty from the corporate community who teach and conduct research. Strategically placed in the fourth largest city in the United States, the Bauer College of Business offers in-class instruction that is industry-based, with unique internship and career opportunities.
As is the city of Houston and the University of Houston as a whole, the
Bauer College student population is demographically diverse. Because of
its high quality education, business environment, and scholarships, the
Bauer College attracts high caliber students, including National Merit
scholars who are also members of the University of Houston Honors College.
The University of Houston attracts students from 114 different countries;
over 400 of these international students are business majors.
The Bauer College of Business is a fully accredited member of the International
Association for Management Education (AACSB). Of more than 1,200 U.S.
institutions granting degrees in business, only 355 are accredited by
The mission of the Bauer College is to provide leading undergraduate and graduate programs to educate current and future working professionals and business leaders for the city of Houston and the state of Texas. Undergraduate programs in the Bauer College are specifically designed to provide students with:
This leading edge curriculum is designed to graduate students who are equipped for the demands of the 21st century economy, who have core business skills to be productive employees today, and who have the knowledge to continue to learn and develop with their advancing careers.
Minors are offered for non-business majors in accounting, business administration,
finance, management, management information systems, and marketing.
The Bauer College of Business provides services to help business students plan their education and career, and finance the cost of their education through scholarships. Computer support services are available through state-of-the-art computer labs.
The Office of Student Services,
located in 249 Melcher Hall, is committed to providing quality administrative, registration and advising services to currently enrolled and prospective students of the college. The office also maintains information for students interested in study abroad possibilities. Current and prospective students may contact the office for information and academic advising, at 713-743-4900 (phone), 713-743-4942 (fax), or firstname.lastname@example.org (e-mail).
All undergraduate students accepted into the Bauer College of Business are eligible to apply for the Bauer College of Business Scholarships. Every Bauer College of Business undergraduate student is encouraged to apply, including current students, freshmen, transfer, and international students.
In 1999, the Bauer College of Business Scholarship program awarded over $700,000 in scholarships to more than 400 deserving Bauer College of Business majors. Bauer College of Business scholarships range from $500 - $6000 and are competitively awarded by the Bauer College of Business Scholarship Committee. Some Bauer College of Business Scholarships are based on academic merit, some are based on financial need, and some are based on a combination of merit and financial need. The specific criteria for each scholarship are established by the scholarship donor and the College.
UH Business majors need only complete one Bauer College of Business Scholarship application form to be considered for all the Bauer College of Business Scholarships for which they qualify. The application deadline is March 1 for awards for the following academic year (Fall/Spring). Late applications will be accepted but will only be considered if there are awards remaining after the initial review.
Bauer College of Business Scholarship information and web-based application forms are available on-line at www.bauer.uh.edu or in 334 Melcher Hall, or by contacting the Bauer College of Business Scholarship Office, University of Houston, 334 Melcher Hall, Houston, TX 77204-6021. Additional information, including scholarship criteria, donors, study abroad scholarships, information on other scholarship and financial aid opportunities, may also be found on the Bauer College of Business Scholarship web pages.
The Elizabeth D. Rockwell Career Services Center
actively provides Bauer College of Business students with the information, direction, and practical skills necessary to obtain a satisfying career in today's competitive marketplace. An innovative, technology-oriented office, the center houses student computer workstations where students can access the Internet, the main campus office of University Career Services, company profiles, and career education resources.
The Center also maintains an active on-line job listing page, where students can review full-time positions, part-time positions, internships, and special project opportunities. Other features include the opportunity to sign up for on-campus interviews and post their resume for referral purposes. For further information, please contact the Center at 713-743-4590 (phone), 713-743-4591 (fax) or via the college's web site at www.bauer.uh.edu.
Research and Instructional Computing Services (RICS),
has labs on the second floor of Melcher Hall containing over 150 networked PCs with current software and internet connectivity. RICS offers software support for students and hands-on workshops for training in computer/network use, as well as in the major application software packages. Students also have access to a color printer and scanner.
The Accounting Society
provides all business students opportunities to network with their peers and accounting professionals through professional and social activities.
AIESEC (French acronym for the International Association of Students in Economics and Management)
promotes international understanding and cultural awareness. The international organization develops internships abroad for University of Houston students as well as internships in Houston for students from foreign universities. AIESEC is open to all UH students.
The American Marketing Association (AMA)
is open to all students interested in marketing. Through involvement in AMA, members prepare for marketing careers as well as inform and involve themselves with marketing professionals.
The American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS)
is a student chapter of the professional society for individuals in the operations management field.
Beta Alpha Psi,
the national honor society in accounting, promotes scholastic and professional responsibility.
Beta Gamma Sigma
is the national scholastic honorary society for students of business and management.
Bauer College Ambassadors
is a group committed to support the Bauer College of Business events and activities through volunteer efforts.
Bauer College Frontier Fiesta
is an organization dedicated to the promotion of networking among current students and alumni through an annual celebration in the spring called Frontier Fiesta.
Delta Sigma Pi,
an international co-ed professional business fraternity, brings students of business administration together in professional and social activities while creating fraternal friendships that will continue into the business world.
The Entrepreneur Group
serves as a forum for students to meet local and national entrepreneurs, providing opportunities to learn more about starting and owning a business.
The Finance Organization
is open to all students who have an interest in the field of finance, providing its members with career information, opportunities to network with finance professionals, and updates on current finance issues.
The Hispanic Business Students Association (HBSA)
is a professional business organization founded to promote and enhance the advancement of Hispanic students entering careers in business.
Management Information Systems Student Organization (MISSO)
provides students interested in MIS with greater exposure to a variety of data processing environments and establishes a forum for discussion among its members and the business community.
Mu Iota Sigma
is an honor society for management information systems students which gives recognition and encouragement to scholastic and professional excellence in the field of MIS.
The National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)
is a national association dedicated to uniting accountants and accounting students with similar interests and ideals who are committed to professional and academic excellence, possess a sense of professional and civic responsibility, and are concerned with enhancing opportunities for minorities in the accounting and business professions.
Pi Sigma Epsilon
is a national professional fraternity open to students interested in marketing, sales manage-ment and sales.
is the coordinating group for organizations in the Bauer College of Business.
For applications and admissions information: Office of Admissions